Dancehall artiste Livingstone Etse Satekla, popularly known as Stonebwoy, has called on the government to take immediate steps to fix the potholes on the Tema Motorway.
The “bawasaba” hit maker, who is currently on a campaign against motor accidents, said the government must begin to show more concern for citizens in this regard.
Speaking on Citi TV’s ‘Hall of Fame’ show, the artiste said Ghana has already lost many good people to road accidents and that must stop.
Stonebwoy believes the monies drivers pay as tolls should be used to fix the deplorable roads and questioned what those monies are actually being used for.
“You know everything becomes politicised when it comes to people like myself but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t voice out to push the people in power to actually address these issues because I can take it all the way to Terry Boncha, Suzzie Williams and all,” he said.
“We all know how the state in which the Tema motorway is. We have to fix it. Because every time they take tolls from us. The ordinary man knows that they make a lot of money from the tolls but where does the money go?”
Stonebwoy himself was an accident victim on the Tema Motorway, where he unfortunately lost his twin brother and nearly got his leg amputated too.
And through his Livingstone Foundation, the Zylofon signee has lent support to some victims of road accidents.
One of such gestures was seen earlier this year when he donated GHc 5,000 and other items to patients at the accident ward of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra.
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